salesmen shine things up for us...make things appear what they aren't...kind of like Roy Kroch's McDonald's milkshake (his corporate version)
This past Sunday, it was reported in the New York Times Style section that we are An Anxious Nation.* We sure are: caught between sound bites on Twitter, Facebook, and whatever other input mechanism we happen to be attached to...reading and looking at everything and nothing.
Originally posted on ithacalansing:
CoRT Thinking– One cold Saturday in March, I partook of a workshop led by Claire Perez,…
This is an excellent post by Holly Munn...in life, as in communications, goal setting is critical!
Images can sometimes strike our audience in ways that verbiage can not. The image in this post could be interpreted a number of ways:
As I read the bumper sticker, I saw before me the driver open the car window, smash his soda can and drop it to the ground.
As a companion to my post on bullying, I dug through my archives to find this piece on branding that I wrote […]
I worked once, over 30 years ago, with a tragic character. Her name, fictionalized, was Sephina. I thought of her […]
To escape the Matrix, you must first re-enter it.
These days I’m always hearing What? The other day, at the nursing home… my aunt and I waited patiently in […]
at my brother Bill’s suggestion, this is the best I can do without my copywriters Don Draper went back to advertising a […]
symbol of My Journey to High-Speed
Some folks in my writers' group at Lansing Community Library have asked me about my blogging process. I thought I'd write up a few things as my count nears 14,000 hits.
Jacob Bernstein writes Nora Ephron's Final Act...a gift of closure for me, a big fan of Ms. Ephrons...https://itsaboutthestory.wordpress.com/2012/06/28/nora-ephron-i-was-waiting-for-your-next-book/
And the winner is.... (by Autumn) I would like to thank you for watching my documentary and leave you with a thought for contemplation. The video is located at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjJHq2RqD6Y&feature=share.